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Boundaries

Posted by ELDRAS on September 22, 2002 at 22:42:03:
In Reply to: Re: wordsmith old buddy posted by W on August 11, 2002 at 13:43:43:

: : from eldras:

: : Hi how are you...i'm glad to hear from you, because i found you a philosopher, truely a rare thing. You had/hopeyastill have love of wisdom generosity of nature..a great peacemaker and inspirer.

: Aw, stop suckin' up!

: : Your short stories great...my ex & I (got a new one *wink*) listened in bed to 2 or 3 of your freebies, and didn't get round to buying your set. But I would like to now. Do you ebay? I can get some money into your bak a/c?

: Tell you what. E me your snail mail address, and I'll send you the CD on my nickel. Listen to it first, and
: then we'll talk $.

: : Well Bergson yep.

:
: : Guess we've both come a long way since the old days. i know i have in AI...been forced to ruthlessly define Inteligence instinct etc. in order to architect programming for it.

: Those concepts always overflow their boundaries. Good luck!

: Wordsmith :)
: yarnspin@yahoo.com

: :
: : So with the proviso that nothing is something and vice versa, no i don't agree that any action in the universe and certainly not in a man is not intelligent and therfore absolutely programmable.

: : Ta Salutant!

: : ELDRAS

hi wordsy,

sure they overflow their boundaries...but all definitions do.



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